Saturday, December 20, 2014

In Case You Missed It - News and Tidbits - December 20

Here are some news items from this week in gospel music -

  • Gold City's bus was destroyed in a fire on Thursday night. The fire also damaged a motor home and the warehouse where product was stored. Thankfully, no one was on the bus at the time. Please pray for the group as they make alternate transportation plans and try to replace what was lost. Learn more on the group's Facebook page. Also, the group has started a GoFundMe to help raise money for some of what was lost. Go to to donate. 
  • Brianna Rackley (daughter of Tim of The Old Paths) had a successful kidney transplant on Thursday. Keep her, her mother (her donor) and the family in your prayers as they recover.
  • Crossroads Entertainment & Marketing has launched a new website,, to serve as an informational hub about its multi-award-winning Southern Gospel artists.
  • The Lesters have set a world record. They have recently been verified as the oldest continually running music group of any genre. They are working with Guinness Book of World Records.
  • The Old Path's Jeremy Peace recently experienced some health complications due medication changes. He had seizures on his way to meet the bus last weekend. Thankfully his wife was driving at the time. He spent several days in the hospital, but is released and feeling well now!
Anything I've missed?

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for visiting the site and for commenting!